Thieves Have Broken Into An Aussie Fire Station And Robbed The Place
Firefighters are working around the clock in the area to ensure that lives and homes are safe during the bushfires, so for a station to be broken into is a real kick in the teeth.
Officers walked into the Windsor station in Brisbane yesterday morning and found that several mobile phones, wallets and car keys had been taken.
Police have been called to investigate the break in, according to 7News, but sadly no one has been arrested yet.
People who might have witnessed the robbery are urged to contact local police.
For this to come at a time where Christmas Day is looming along with the fact that firefighters around the country have been working so hard is heartbreaking.
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There have been warnings about thieves choosing these moments, when people are potentially away from their homes or properties, to strike.
Last month, two people were charged with impersonating Rural Fire Service officers. People on social media have claimed they have nearly been victim of donating to thieves like this who dress up in the official outfits and try to scam some money.
A Reddit user in Kempsey, New South Wales wrote: "There are reports of people around our area dressed as RFS personnel demanding people evacuate and then robbing the houses.
"The uniforms are plain with no logos or anything. If it's happening here it's probably happening elsewhere. I'm in the Kempsey area. I have mates who have lost absolutely everything and these f***s are doing this."
Hopefully police will be able to track down the thief or thieves who targeted the Windsor station in Brisbane.
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